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World Refugee Day 2017

Today is World Refugee Day. Drop in the Bucket’s team spent the day in the Palabek refugee settlement in Uganda where we are working to …

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South Sudanese Refugee Crisis – How You Can Help

Every day, between 2,000 and 4,000 people cross the border from South Sudan to Northern Uganda seeking nothing more than survival.

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How long do people in Africa walk to get water?

How long do people in Africa walk to get water? Find out by watching this video.

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How Fish Helped This Woman’s Children Go To School

Her family could not afford to send her to school and educating girls was not considered a priority. Betty is determined that her children will not fall into the same trap.

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What does this child have to do with economic empowerment?

Although Drop in the Bucket is mainly thought of as a water charity, drilling wells is just the first step. What happens when the wells break?

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Meet Robert from the Dokolo Kamuda savings group

In 2014 Drop in the Bucket formed a village savings group at the Dokolo Kamuda primary school in Uganda.

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Astrophysics and Gender Equality

Renowned astrophysicist Vera Rubin started her career at Caltech’s Palomar Observatory with a protest about bathrooms and gender.

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The 2016 Drop in the Bucket Holiday e-Card

How about giving the gift of health, happiness, and life. This year, give the gift of clean water with our easy and convenient Drop in the Bucket holiday e-card.

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Check out our latest Video

Award winning music video director Nathan Karma Cox recently came out to Uganda to check out our work firsthand. He put together this video with …

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